Will a case of mistaken identity lead to happily ever after or will a well-intentioned charade keep them apart?
All women ever want from Sebastian Schultz is his family’s money, which is why he’s avoided dating like the plague. Then Genevieve Willis walks into the Schultz building, ranting about her meeting with the cold fish head of the company, unaware that’s exactly who she’s speaking to. Immediately drawn to her beauty and sense of humor, Sebastian can’t resist this opportunity to finally get to know a woman without the stigma of the Schultz name. So he introduces himself as Kurtis from the Public Relations department, then implores his playboy younger brother to act as president in his place.
Genevieve can’t believe her luck landing her dream job, though she’s not looking forward to working with Sebastian, whose reputation as being distant and unapproachable precedes him. But she’s pleasantly surprised by the warm, welcoming man behind the desk. Yet as they develop an easy rapport and he turns on the charm, she can’t stop thinking about Kurtis, the sweet PR guy, who captured her attention just by being himself.
As “Kurtis” and Genevieve begin working together on the biggest charity event of the year, will it become impossible for him to conceal his real identity? And will she forgive him when she learns the truth?
This is a clean, sweet billionaire romance.
What I Loved: I loved the concept of this story and enjoyed waiting for the truth to come out and for the shoe to hit the fan. Noorman is a gifted writer. She has a way of making her characters feel like everyday people. And her families! She always brings out an endearing family, and the Shultz family was one of them. I’m looking forward to more from this series. And then there’s the romance. Sigh. Genevieve and Sebastian is another sweet couple with great chemistry.
Rating and Recommendation: I give it 5 stars and recommend you grab a box of chocolates while you read this one! It’s great for clean or Christian contemporary romance fans.
~I received a copy from the author and even helped to beta read this novel. All thoughts are my own. I wasn’t compensated or required to review this novel. I just wanted to pass along something I thought you’d enjoy. 🙂
2 thoughts on “Book Review: Not the Billionaire by Krista Noorman”
Sounds like a fun story to read. Great review!
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🙂 Thank you! It is a fun story.